The entertainment world is in mourning again after the murder of the Mexican actor became known, Octavio Ocana, better known as “Benito” for his role in the Televisa series, “Neighbors”, who would have died this Friday when he was traveling in his truck in the municipality of Cuautitlán Izcalli, State of Mexico.
According to early reports, the actor was shot after police told him to stop and ignore it. Octavio Ocaña was left dead inside a gray truck, while two people who were accompanying him were detained by the authorities.
Mexican press reports indicate that “Benito” was armed, as the authorities found a pistol in the truck. However, other versions suggest that the actor was assaulted by the detainees, who upon seeing the police got into the truck that ended up hitting a fence.
After confirming the death of the 22-year-old actor, some of his co-workers spoke out in this regard, Eduardo Spain being one of the first to leave a message on his Twitter account to express his grief over the death of “Benito.”
“We are undone. I can’t sleep, I can’t stop crying and shaking. RIP Octavio Ocaña, our beloved Benito in #Neighbors. My condolences to his parents and sisters. A big hug full of love. Thank you for so many laughs and for sharing your angel “the actor noted.
Georgina Holguin also left a message to fire the young actor and he affirmed that he will always remember him with his smile that he wore to the recording forums.
As expected, the message immediately went viral as hundreds of Internet users did not believe the news; others assured that they will remember him for his great role in the famous Televisa production.
Heartbroken, the actor’s girlfriend also wrote a heartbreaking message through his social networks to say his last goodbye to his sentimental partner, who unfortunately lost his life just a few days after he turned 23 years old.
Octavio Ocaña was a 22-year-old actor who achieved national fame after playing Benito on the series Neighbors, broadcast on Televisa.
However, throughout his career he also collaborated in other productions such as “I give you life”, “Love letter by letter”, “La Familia P. Luche” and “Lola … Once upon a time”.
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